Each child is attached to a club, under supervision of a particular teacher. We have clubs such as M.D.D, Mathematics, Debate, and Environment, to mention but a few.
It has won several trophies in co-curricular, e.g., girls football, football, netball, among others.
Children are exposed to life skills, such as AIDS/HIV awareness.
We have partners from a local church who come and talk to children.
• Lack of a computer library
• Insufficient text books
• Insufficient sports equipment.
• Way forward
• We look forward to partnering with other schools locally or internationally and any well-wisher in academic and co-curricular advancement of the school
Sports Department ACHIVEMENTS
There has been a great improvement in team work among stake holders Fitness levels among our pupils has improved
• Lack of enough sports equipment
• Lack of refresher courses for coaches and referees
• Lack of sports uniforms
• Lack of enough funds
• Tag rugby
• Bicycle racing
• Social Studies Department
Academic performance of the children has improved However, there are challenges which need to be focused on:
• The school does not have a weather station
• The pupils and teachers’ text books are not enough
• Educational tours are expensive to carryout and, therefore, need more funding.
• The department lacks the world maps.
• Science Department
- Children have improved upon their personal hygiene
- The community has benefited through the science department as far as primary health care is concerned.
- Teaching/learning aids have been made.
• Better science equipment are lacking
• Text books are not enough for the children
• The department lacks computers for scientific teaching/learning
• Better science equipment should be made available for the departments
• Enough text books should be available
• Computers should be bought
• The school also monitors the health and well-being of the children by having in place a visiting doctor and a resident Nurse.
P.O Box 376 MITYANA,